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Source: New Haven Register, Conn
April 07, 2012
I was thinking the same and that was a horrible movie!
Anyone who wears a badge and carries a gun needs to exercise common sense at all times...
Hummm... Not immediately booked in... they probably lied to the police, hence not going directly to jail. And here would be the justification for the interfering charge.
Way to go Einstein(s), x3!!!!!! It isn't so fun now, is it?
Can't fix stupid. Sounds like they have a problem and they drink to.
There goes those careers!! Alcohol and firearms do NOT mix!!!!
Playing with real guns outside a bar...Not very smart. Is this a classic case of alcohol fueled stupidity?
Very stupid of them. not sure what the interfereing charge is all about though.
Anyone else think about that scene from "Superbad" when the cops were shooting at a stop sign after a few beers?
Still stupid of them to do though, if true.
"Informed of the warrants, the three surrendered themselves to Internal Affairs today and were released on written promises to appear in court".
I serve a lot of warrants. Not every person who has a warrant served upon them is arrested and put into jail. That is not a police function, that is up to a Magistrate. If a person is deemed to not be a flight risk, why waste the jail space that could be otherwise taken up by a child molesting scumbag? Written promises to appear are not unusual.
Wonder why they were not booked into jail, pretty bad to be the police and get charged with interfering with the police!
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